Marketing with BookBub in 2016 [Infographic]

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Here’s an interesting report from BookBub about featured deal results and much more. Of note, check out how many listed book deals hit the New York Times Bestseller List

We’re excited to share this infographic highlighting our author and publisher partners’ marketing accomplishments with BookBub in 2016!

Feel free to leave comments to discuss opinions about these marketing results.

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2 thoughts on “Marketing with BookBub in 2016 [Infographic]

  1. Without context, it’s tough to know HOW to respond.

    For the non-published bloggers among your readers, and those thinking about it for the future: do “Deals” mean cross-promotions, essentially marketing BookBub as much as your book?

    For the author, does accepting a deal mean marketing at all, marketing for a fee, or simply agreeing to offer the book for a discounted price, which BookBub will list among many others? How much actual promotion is part of the deal?

    Who takes the up-front financial hit? Not ALL of the books made the list, after all – by a long shot. Also, do author’s have a choice in the matter and is it exclusive? (i.e., your hands are tied re: additional marketing efforts elsewhere) Also- is the deal marketed across all platforms, or only on BookBubs turf?

    I’m reminded a bit of ads that scream “99% pure!” Pure WHAT? 1% milk is sold as “skim” in the US, 2% as “lite” — but whole milk is usually around 3.2%, and most people are unaware, thinking from the marketing that it must be MUCH higher – (butterfat percentage, btw.)

    (Madelyn Griffith-Haynie – ADDandSoMuchMore dot com)
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